|1-1||He Loved Him Madly||30:29|
|2-2||Red China Blues||4:10|
|KG 33236||Miles Davis||Get Up With It (2xLP, Album)||Columbia||KG 33236||US||1974|
|SICP 1228/29||Miles Davis||Get Up With It (2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Sony Records Int'l||SICP 1228/29||Japan||2006|
|SRCS 9126~7||Miles Davis||Get Up With It (2xCD, Album, RE, RM)||Sony Records||SRCS 9126~7||Japan||1996|
|C2K 63970||Miles Davis||Get Up With It (2xCD, Album, RM)||Columbia, Legacy||C2K 63970||Europe||2000|
|KG 33236||Miles Davis||Get Up With It (2xLP, Album, Promo)||Columbia||KG 33236||US||1974|
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Miles Davis. i didn't like the mastering on this, i think they tried to clean up what is a very lo fi album and the result was quite harsh, its a shame as this is my favourite album. but i still recommend all the MOV Miles resissues except this and Agharta which used an inferior remixed master from the early CD era. Ответить Уведомить меня Helpful. 29 марта 2019 г. Пожаловаться. ссылающийся Get Up With It, 2xLP, Album, KG 33236. Probably an average sounding pressing overall.
With Get Up With It, Miles began the most defiant shift of his storied career, dropping a totemic yet untidy leviathan that rebuffed jazz fans and critics alike. The sessions that comprise Get Up span four years and include a roster that reflects Miles and the transitory nature of his ever-molting priorities: Herbie Hancock, Keith Jarrett, Billy Cobham, Al Foster, Airto, John McLaughlin, Reggie Lucas, Pete Cosey, James Mtume, David Liebman, and many more appear.
When Get Up with It was released in 1974, critics - let alone fans - had a tough time with it. The package was a - by then customary - double LP, with sessions ranging from 1970-1974 and a large host of musicians who had indeed played on late-'60s and early-'70s recordings, including but not limited to Al Foster, Airto, John McLaughlin, Reggie Lucas, Pete Cosey, Mtume, David Liebman, Billy Cobham, Michael Henderson
Get Up With It was Miles' last studio album before he took a long break, and shows him at the absolute apex of his mid-70s creativity. Get Up With It' is a collection of tracks that Davis and company recorded over the early half of the '70s, and although it is considered by many fusion afficionados to be among Davis' finest works, it seems to me that the man's ravenous drug habit was beginning to lead to some miscalculations on his part.
Big Fun is a compilation album by American jazz musician Miles Davis. It was released by Columbia Records on April 19, 1974, and compiled recordings Davis had made in sessions between 1969 and 1972. Largely ignored in 1974, it was reissued on August 1, 2000, by Columbia and Legacy Records with additional material, which led to a critical reevaluation. Big Fun presents music from three different phases of Miles Davis's early-seventies "electric" period.
Released in 1974, Get Up With It is a follow-up to Big Fun, which appeared in the same year, offering an overview of the recent period and revealing new directions. All compositions by Miles Davis. Recorded in support of Kind of Blue, the best-selling jazz album of all time. 4CD set includes concerts recorded in Paris, Copenhagen and Stockholm from original master tapes. 1LP features the concert from Copenhagen and 2LP features the concerts from Paris.
Wah-wah guitars, hand percussion, dissonant organ-led freakouts, half-hour-long jams - I can practically see weed smoke pouring out of my speakers.